Cattle thieves attack every cattle drive that comes near Hagerstown. If they do not sell their cattle for 50 cents on the dollar, they are all stolen. U.S. Marshal Stormy has been sent to ... See full summary »

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Cattle thieves attack every cattle drive that comes near Hagerstown. If they do not sell their cattle for 50 cents on the dollar, they are all stolen. U.S. Marshal Stormy has been sent to end this reign of terror and to find the stolen cattle. He starts with a patrol of cattleman that blast every attempt of the outlaws to steal the herd. Written by Tony Fontana <tony.fontana@spacebbs.com>

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HIGHJACKERS With Hired GUNMEN Terrorize The WEST! (original poster)


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Bob Steele shows his mettle ...........
25 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this fairly standard post-war B-western, the great Bob Steele stars as Stormy, a Marshal sent to bust up a cattle theft ring . With the help of some fellow compatriots, he proceeds to shut down the rampant graft and corruption.

Bob Steele was always a good actor and was believable as the determined lawman. The script and supporting players were so-so, with no particular standouts. This film is an example of a film worth seeing solely because of the lead actor.

Steele was a western stalwart from the Silent film days through the 60's and 70's. His performance in this film helps explain why.


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